Nanya Technology Purchase Renewable Energy for Green Manufacturing and Pursuing Environmental Sustainability

Nanya Technology today announced the official purchase of 10.4 million kWh of renewable energy. The goal is to achieve 8% of contracted capacity by the end of 2023, in response to the government’s promotion of renewable energy and a low-carbon environment.

Nanya has been striving for environmental sustainability and promoting the related development plans including greenhouse gas management, sustainable recycling, and renewable energy. The Company implemented ISO 50001 energy management system in 2018 to establish a real-time monitor platform, with the synergy of AI and data analysis technologies to enhance energy conservation to make contributions to the environment. On cumulative base, Nanya saved a total of 43.09 million kWh electricity in the past 4 years. In order to minimize the product environmental footprint, we focus on high energy efficient product development by the approach of innovative R&D core value and adopt energy-saving manufacturing system. Meanwhile, our advanced process technology and innovative design capabilities also enable the offering of lower power consumption green products. Products sold in 2020 totally saved 658.48 million kWh of electricity or reduced CO2 emission by 335,164 tons, which is equivalent to 861 Daan Forest Parks’ CO2 absorption a year.

"We take great responsibility to protect our planet. In response to climate change and sustainable development, Nanya actively promotes renewable energy projects by implementing the Science Based Targets (SBT) to set international carbon emission reduction targets and in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As we aim to be a Manufacturer of Green Technology, we will continue to enhance energy-saving manufacturing to reduce product environmental footprint and co-work with all partners closely to move towards sustainability for a better and sustainable world", said Nanya Technology’s Executive Vice President, Dr. Lin-Chin Su.